Self-contained tourist accommodation – including many holiday parks in Wales – reopened on 27 March.
Following the relaxation of travel rules within the nation’s borders just before the Easter holidays, travel between Wales and the rest of the UK and Ireland will now be allowed from 12 April. NB this is dependent on what the rules are in the respective nations where owners/holidaymakers live.
However, the dates for reopening the hospitality industry in Wales remain unchanged. Pubs, cafes and restaurants are expected to be able to reopen outdoors from 26 April.
Read the latest updates from the Welsh Government here.
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